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Creative Reader

In the Spotlight with Nineties Ghosts!

today19 August 2021 21

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It is not often you get the chance to interview someone you actually know and respect, not just as an Artist but also as a person, so when I got the opportunity I had to do it!

I really hope I did this amazing Artist and awesome person justice..

The Truly talented and Amazing Nineties Ghosts!


Hi and Welcome “In the Spotlight” I am so happy you could find the time.


1, What started your passion for Music, and who would you say have
inspired you the most?

I started taking electric bass lessons in school when I was around 10,
and later started playing in bands and writing songs. Lots of people
have inspired me, including music teachers, managers of the youth centre
who set up rehearsal spaces for bands, the more experienced bands we
shared rehearsal space with who helped us out, and friends and
classmates I had who also did music, as well as all the music of
different genres that I listen to. Later, at a time when I didn’t have a
band to play with, Hyperbubble and Machinæ Supremacy made me realize
that it was possible to release independent music, and that inspired me
to start making and releasing music myself.


2, With 3 Albums under your belt Only Fear, City of Illusion and
Apocalypse Blues, where do you find your inspiration?

Books, movies, video games, news, history, nature. Inspiration can be
found everywhere really, the difficulty is just distilling it into
something useful.


3, What are you working on at the moment?

I’m (slowly) writing and recording songs for a new and still untitled


4, What would you like to tell your fans?

Thank you very much for listening!


5, What is the one thing you would like to tell the Music Industry?

I don’t know if I have very much to tell the music industry, right now
they aren’t very relevant to me. Perhaps to in the future start seeing a
higher purpose for the music, rather than just seeing it as a way to
make money.


Thank you for joining us and I can’t wait to hear your next album!


And YOU can find Nineties Ghosts here

Written by: Creative Reader

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